Red and the Task Force take extreme measures to hunt down one of Alexander Kirk's allies, Miles McGrath, a "criminal incubator" who finances crimes for profit. Meanwhile, Liz learns more about her family.
Red directs the Task Force to track down an individual who provides new identities to criminals on the run. Meanwhile, as Alexander Kirk's medical condition worsens, Liz seeks guidance from Cooper on a crucial decision.
Red pressures Dr. Shaw to locate a former patient. Liz contemplates the implications of her ties to an increasingly desperate and dangerous Alexander Kirk. Mr. Kaplan comes to a critical realization about her future.
Liz is trying to rebuild her life with Tom and Red is trying to get Liz a pardon so she can be reinstated. When there's some kind of mass shooting at a Seafood Company it is believed it's about drugs but Red tells them the Company is a front for terrorists who are planning something. They try to find out what happened and they discover that somehow the security system was neutralized with tech from an American Company. One of the company's officers tells them to check out one of their former employees who was fired. When they find the man he claims he's been framed. ...
Liz infiltrates an elite gang of female thieves as they prepare for their next heist, but she must first prove herself to the group's leader. Meanwhile, unexpected problems plague Red's operations, and Tom focuses on fatherly duties.
Red sets the Task Force to trace a Blacklister with tools to manipulate memories, causing Liz to questions her own experience. When Gale intensifies his investigation, Ressler gets a new lead on a case.
Facing a crippling siege on his organization, Red tracks a thief enlisted by Mr Kaplan for a mysterious assignment. Agent Gale takes extreme measures in his investigation into the conduct of his Task Force.